Hebrews 11:6 And without faith It is impossible to please Him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who seek Him.” The Journey to God begins by faith. The revelation of God follows “the belief that He exists.” A “faith-work” receives Divine confirmation.
When it comes to miracles, people ask: does He/will He/can He perform the supernatural in our world. Did God do enough to reveal Himself in the Bible for us to believe and is it necessary to do miracles at all these days? We’ll look at the purpose of miracles and the possibility of miracles today.
Believers are taught that the Bible is the foundation for understanding our Faith. It teaches what God wants us to know about how to live, why we exist, and what happens when we die. Can we know if the claims of the Bible are true?
Those who attend this Session will learn about the events which took place before, during, and after the historic death and resurrection of Jesus Christ that point to it actually happening.
When suffering is a part of our daily life, we need to know how to rightly respond to it. The Apostle Paul’s perspective,”My goal is to know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings,” could guide us into truly experiencing that fellowship. This Breakout Session will be to emphasize the practical aspect of learning how to navigate and respond to seasons of suffering.
When we begin our faith journey with Jesus we are filled with hope and called to share the hope of Christ with others. The strategies and methods we use to share the gospel is really how impact is made. In a culture that fights against everything we believe in we have a mission on our hands. In this breakout session we will discuss how to live in a way where we don’t give Into our fleshly desires and how to live Godly in an ungodly world.